Battleground Mobile India, Crafton’s version of PUBG Mobile only in India, is taking several steps to ensure that the game experience is not ruined by fraudsters and hackers who use unfair practices to gain an advantage over other players. We do.
As part of the crackdown on unfair players, the developer has now removed 2.5 million accounts from the game for cheating. Crafton permanently banned 25,19,692 accounts and temporarily banned another 7,06,319 accounts.
“At the end of September, we promised you that fair gameplay has always been and will be our priority. Today, we have some great news for you,” Crafton said on the Battlegrounds Mobile India page.
“Cheaters have no place at BGMI and in order to provide our players with a fair gameplay environment, we are taking serious measures to remove cheaters from the game. Yes, we know that since our last announcement on 30 September Too many players ran into fraudsters.
“We have now cleaned up most of the cheaters in the game, making BGMI a more fun experience, and will continue to take whatever steps are necessary to keep BGMI fair and fun,” the developer said.
New changes to make BGMI cheat-free
Robust cheat detection and ban mechanism
Crafton explains in its latest post that the game’s systems “keep evolving” as it brings real-time methods to detect fraudsters and ban users who use illegal means.
Crafton has made it clear that as of now, all BGMI restrictions are permanent bans and that those who now use unfair means will have “no room for a second chance.”
Manually verify and ban any accounts that use or promote illegal programs among high ranked people
Crafton also said it is monitoring accounts that have used or promoted illegal programs among high-rankers in real-time. If any program being used illegally is found, the developer will apply a permanent ban.
block youtube channel
Crafton will also work with YouTube to monitor content in real time for any channel promoting illegal programs, and if such a channel is found, it will be blocked.